There’s an old saying about not knowing what you have until it’s gone, or maybe it’s from an old country song. In the case of Eric and Deborah Bennett’s ’63 Galaxie 500XL convertible, that maxim would have to change to “you don’t know what you
When buying a car that’s nearly 60 years old, it’s usually difficult to document the ownership history. For Joseph Weber’s ’63 split-window Corvette, though, the car’s lineage is rock solid.
Joseph’s uncle purchased the car in 1971 while in the Marines in Yuma, Arizona. Joseph rode
It’s safe to say that Mark Shaw is a master of Mopar. He has searched, found, documented, restored, and collected many noteworthy Dodge and Plymouth muscle cars. At the Goodguys 6th North Carolina Nationals, his rare ’68 Dart GTS convertible joined the ranks as a
Words by Brian Fluetsch, as told to John Lee
My friend Phil Price started this ’36 Ford woodie wagon project. He related the story to me about the history of this car and how he ended up with it.
Phil had a calico cat who was having
What happens when a custom motorcycle builder decides to build himself a custom car? Good things happen – such as becoming a finalist for Vintage Air Custom Rod of the Year! At least that’s what happened when Kenny Williams debuted his 1961 Impala at the
“Sure, it would have been easier to build a Jeep or other 4x4, but what fun would that have been?”
That’s how Chad Durham views his choice in reviving this ’73 Scout II. The idea of a Scout was planted by a buddy who had one
These days, it is hard to find a kid who is into cars for more than a fleeting moment. With shorter attention spans and technology being shoved down their throat daily, it’s difficult to get them to have passion for something that can take years
A while back the Gazette featured camshaft guru Ed Iskenderian as a Legend of Hot Rodding. Baron of the bumpstick, we called him. Today, Isky is 99 years old, with the century mark coming up fast. So, it seemed appropriate to feature another Isky contribution
Post-World War II Japan was a bleak place. From the ashes of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the Japanese people not only began rebuilding their war-torn country but started laying the foundation of an automotive juggernaut that would forever shift the pecking order of the global car
If you hang on to a project car long enough, you’d like to think that the right build plan for that car will reveal itself to you. Sometimes it takes finding the right builder to help develop that plan and make it a reality.